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These best-of-the-Web puzzles test even experienced logic solvers.
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June-October 2005


 Trick or Treat
Great costumes make trick-or-treating even more fun.


 Letter Dice 8
What are the six letters on each of the four dice?


 What's for Breakfast?
Breakfast means choice at the Juicereal house.


 Sand Sculpture Super Bowl
Fantastic sand sculptures draw beachgoers to end-of-summer festivities.


 Another Game of Boggle
Can you solve the letter arrangement of the 4x4 game board?




 Piccalilly Pub Crawl
Steve Stout enjoys British food and drink on a crawl through the pubs of Piccalilly.


 Athletes for Katrina Relief
KORT-FM auctions sports gear from Summerset pro stars to raise funds for Katrina victims.


 Chinese Food Deliveries
The residents of the Summerset Arms all get a yen for Chinese food.


 Winning Soccer Coaches
Soccer coaches open the fall season with landmark wins.


 Word Square 7
You'll fly high when you solve this Challenger Word Square.




 First Editions
Christopher Collector adds five new first editions to his librabry.


 Number Pyramid 4
Can you Cheops your way through this Logic Puzzle to the arrangement of Number Pyramid 4?


 Ghosts in the White House
Local actors give the audience big laughs in this production of the Oval Office comedy hit


 Mixed Doubles Tennis
Pair serve their way to title in Mixed Doubles Championship.


 Football Coaches
The Smashers begin 2005 football season with five veteran assistants.




 Cheesecake Galore
Classic New York, Black Forest, Key Lime, Peaches and Cream, more.


 Country Music Requests
Callers win prizes by requesting their country music favorites on WCTY-FM's "Lunchtime Request Line."


 Fireworks
Sam Freeman will celebrate the 4th of July by watching eight simultaneous fireworks displays.


 Folk Hero Figurines
Sid Slapdash rearranges the 12 Polk Pottery pieces to suit himself.


 Letter Dice 7
Can you deduce which six letters are on each die?



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